By Ray Livingstone

28th Nov, 2019 | 6:43pm

'Wearing a pair of wellies' - Some Rangers fans slam one player for first half v Feyenoord

Rangers made things difficult for themselves in the first half in Rotterdam on Thursday evening.

Steven Gerrard’s men started brightly but let Feyenoord into the game and Dick Advocaat’s side slowly took control.

Allan McGregor had to be on his toes a few times in the first 45 minutes but he couldn’t do anything about the opening goal from Feyenoord, with Jens Toornstra’s shot taking a deflection off Filip Helander’s knee.

That came after a poor couple of pieces of play from Borna Barisic.

First he overhit a cross with Alfredo Morelos waiting in the middle.

Then he failed to clear the danger with his head and from the resulting play, Feyenoord fashioned their chance to score.

Fans weren’t happy with him and he came in for some criticism on Twitter at half-time.

The only saving grace for Rangers is that Young Boys are beating Porto 1-0 in the other game which would mean a draw would be good enough to qualify.

In other Rangers news, Ferguson is spot on about Alfredo Morelos, ‘ridiculous’ valuation not as crazy as it might look